CILT Endorsed Supply Chain Risk Management - Virtual Learning

Why Attend

Supply chain managers, procurement managers and sourcing professionals manage a company's activities and spend with its suppliers, which can be a very significant element of a company's total turnover. In the modern day, a company's competitive advantage in most industries will be determined by maximizing its relationships and the diligent management of its forward and backwards facing supply chains. While added value and competitive advantage are found here, they can also be lost here with potential devastating repercussions.

The ability to effectively manage risks in a supply chain is an absolute must in the skill set of any current supply chain professional. This course will equip and develop procurement and supply chain professionals with skills that enable them to operate diligently and effectively with their supply base, mitigating any risks and maximizing all opportunities to gain competitive advantage in their market place.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Outline modern supply chain and risk management concepts as a foundation for operational success
  • Plan supply chain management risk process to match organizational requirements
  • Identify and assess sources of risk from across the supply chain
  • Evaluate risks qualitatively and quantitatively using a versatile toolkit
  • Develop risk mitigation and contingency plans to ensure uninterrupted supply flow
  • Recognize cultural, ethical and legal parameters for consideration in supply chain risk management planning

Target Audience

Supply chain and logistics professionals, in particular those at operational, supervisory and management level. The course is ideal for those seeking to complement their supply chain and logistics experience with risk management skills suited for their day to day operations.

Target Competencies

  • Supply chain management
  • Supply chain risk assessment
  • Supply chain quality management
  • Warehouse management
  • Transportation management
  • Procurement 
  • Logistics management
  • Supply chain management and risk
    • Supply chain overview
    • Functions of a supply chain
    • Supply chain objectives
    • Supply chain configuration
    • Introduction to risk management
    • Why take risks?
    • Risk Perception
    • Risk within dynamic environments
    • Benefits of supply chain risk management
  • Planning risk process in supply chains
    • Risk management process overview
    • Risk management deliverables
    • Plan approach
    • Risk administration
    • Supply chain risk definitions
    • Distribution of roles
    • Stakeholder management
    • Developing a communications plan
    • Managing change
    • Risk tolerance
    • Risk appetite
    • Cultural considerations
    • Templates
  • Identifying supply chain risks
    • Identifying risks
    • Scoping supply chain risks
      • Internal versus external risks
      • SIPOC model
      • Value chain analysis
      • SCOR framework
      • Work breakdown structure
    • Scope change risks
    • Risk types and categories
    • Service level risks
    • Financial risks
    • Risk identification and evaluation toolkit
  • Evaluating supply chain risks
    • Risk analysis
    • Measuring likelihood of risk
    • Measuring impact of risk
    • Expert options (interview)
    • Benchmarking as a tool for risk evaluation
    • Modeling and simulations
    • Probability distributions
    • Three-point estimates
    • Common distribution curves for evaluating risks
    • Sensitivity analysis
    • Decision tree analysis
    • Mapping risks
    • Using risk heat maps
  • Responding to supply chain risks
    • Risk response strategies
      • Accept, reject and transfer
      • Mitigation and contingency planning
    • Mitigation strategies for transportation risks
    • Mitigation strategies for warehousing risks
    • Mitigation strategies for inventory management risks
    • Mitigation strategies for sourcing risks
    • Sourcing strategies to exercise power
    • Sourcing strategies to create advantage
    • Secondary and residual risks
  • Controlling supply chain risks
    • Benefits of monitoring and control
    • Work performance evidence
    • Change requests
    • Ethical considerations
    • Legal considerations
    • Managing a risk charter
    • Elements of risk charter
    • Ownership of risk charter
    • Defining risk responsibilities and accountabilities
    • The charter as a live document
    • Summary: risk process overview

Meirc Professional Certificate (MPC)

MPC certified courses by Meirc Training and Consulting are designed for those willing to challenge themselves and go the extra distance. Participants who fully attend an MPC course and successfully complete the test on the last day, will receive a Meirc Professional Certificate (MPC), in addition to the one they receive for attendance. MPC certificates are regionally recognized and can be quite valuable when applying for more senior roles within the organization or outside.

MPC

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)

Meirc is an Approved Training Provider (ATP) in the region for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT). Established in 1919, CILT is the world’s leading supply chain, logistics and transport professional body with over 33,000 members across the globe. CILT seeks to add value to individual and corporate members by enhancing their knowledge, careers, and businesses by setting, supporting and delivering professional standards and education in the fields of logistics, transport and supply chain. By attending Meirc’s CILT accredited courses, participants can earn CPD units as well as attain modular unit award courses that can be combined for international certification

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Per participant

USD 2,250

Fees + VAT as applicable

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Online Training

4 - 8 Oct, 2020

English

10:00 to 14:00 (UAE)

9:00 to 13:00 (KSA)

17 - 21 Jan, 2021

English

10:00 to 14:00 (UAE)

9:00 to 13:00 (KSA)